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BRIAN SPURRETT ORATION. Linking , Strengthening and Supporting – Strategies to Enhance Pacific Midwifery and Improve Women’s Health PROFESSOR PAT BRODIE AM. Our focus …. Improving Maternal and Newborn Health.

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BRIAN SPURRETT ORATION

Linking, Strengthening and Supporting – Strategies to Enhance Pacific Midwifery and Improve Women’s HealthPROFESSOR PAT BRODIE AM


Our focus
Our focus ….

Improving Maternal and Newborn Health


“The impact that regulated, competent, respectful midwives make to positive maternal and infant health outcomes is seen as central to the efforts to accelerate progress towards the achievement of Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5”.


there is no better health investment than in the spread, support, deepening and valuing of midwifery”.

Kate Gilmore, Deputy Executive Director, UNFPA speaking at the Women Deliver Conference June 2013.


LINKING … “to make a connection with or between a number of different groups, or individuals.. ….each linking with each other .. …. In order to achieve something”.

A Father's Commitment to "Kangaroo Care"


community level interventions in hard to reach communities offer some hope in the form of secondary support”.


…building capacity in critical components of health systems to achieve more equitable and sustained health services" .

World Health Organization (2006)


“The impact that regulated, competent, respectful midwives make to positive maternal and infant health outcomes is seen as central to the efforts to accelerate progress towards the achievement of Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5”.


“ there is no better health investment than in the spread, support, deepening and valuing of midwifery”.

Kate Gilmore, Deputy Executive Director, UNFPA speaking at the Women Deliver Conference June 2013.


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